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Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to contribute - just post your suggestion as a question and tag it "suggestion").

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to contribute - just post your suggestion as a question and tag it "suggestion").

Finally, we'll aim to develop the product that just works.

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to contribute - just post your suggestion as a question and tag it "suggestion").

Finally, we'll we aim to develop the product that just works.

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to contribute - just post your suggestion as a question and tag it "suggestion")."suggestion" or "feature-request").

Finally, we aim to develop the product that just works.

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use. use on your unique and customized website. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to contribute - just post your suggestion as a question and tag it "suggestion" or "feature-request").

Finally, we aim to develop the product that just works.

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use on your unique and customized website. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to contribute - just post your suggestion as a question and tag it "suggestion" or "feature-request").

Finally, we aim to develop the product that just works.

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use on your unique and customized website. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to contribute shape it - just post your suggestion idea as a question and tag it "suggestion" or "feature-request").

Finally, we aim to develop the product that just works.

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use on your unique and customized website. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login systems, methods, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to shape it - just post your idea as a question and tag it "suggestion" or "feature-request").

Finally, we aim to develop the product that just works.

Heya, now we have a ROADMAP. Check it out.

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use on your unique and customized website. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login methods, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to shape it - just post your idea as a question and tag it "suggestion" or "feature-request").

Finally, we aim to develop the product that just works.

Heya, now we have a ROADMAP. Check it out.out (btw, please help us shape it too).

Ok the question was a setup so that I can answer it myself :).

Most importantly - askbot aims to provide a "mashable" django Q&A component that would work nicely together with other django applications that you might use on your unique and customized website. Of course it will also work just as well as a standalone forum application.

An imporant part of Askbot' agenda - is to give back to the Python/Django development community by possibly spinning-off side-projects. Currently a good candidate is a single signon application that accepts all sorts of login methods, another possible candidate for a separate project - reputation system linked to votes.

Thirdly - askbot aims to test new technologies - for example the plan is to rewrite all javascript using google closure library - which is a newly released platform for the enterprise web-applications.

Askbot is a completely open project - any programmer willing to contribute code will have commit access to the development repository. The caveat is that he/she has to follow the project roadmap (to be developed shortly - btw you are invited to shape it - just post your idea as a question and tag it "suggestion" or "feature-request").

Finally, we aim to develop the product that just works.